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testimony alleging the fbi had an informant inside the highest levels of al qaeda. before 9/11. this is "special report." >>> good evening. i'm bret baier. we have new information tonight on just how far ahead of the september 11th, 2001, terror attacks the u.s. government had any idea of how dangerous osama bin laden could be. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is here with fascinating details. >> thank you, bret. according to court documents the fbi source was in direct contact with osama bin laden eight years before the 9/11 attacks. it was clear even then that the al qaeda leader wanted to finance plots inside the u.s., and it appears none of this information was shared with the 9/11 commission, nor the relevant congressional committees. the human intelligence asset was run by this fbi agent. the connection to bin laden only came to light after he filed a discrimination suit against the bowero and his supervisor testified about the quality of his work and the assets he was running, quote, it was the only source i know in the bureau where we had a source
there is no protest, citing eye witness accounts from u.s. personnel in benghazi. one senator claim says fbi refuse toing share accounts. >> he says fbi would not share the investigation because there is a criminal investigation my mouth dropped. when the meeting was over i ran back to my office i called the fbi they denied their agents ever withheld information from the cia. >> tonight morel said said welcome the chance to testify and wants his previous testimony to be declassified. so they can hear the facts of what occurred in what ch demonstrates everyone at the cia and throughout the intelligence community operated appropriately. >> catherine, thank you very much. >> you're welcome. >> also developing tonight, senator rand paul is blocking president obama's nominee to be surgeon general saying dr. murphy is out to get americans guns. i spoke with senator paul on capitol hill. >> senator, thank you for your time today >> glad to be with you. >> i want to talk about your objection about the president's nomination for surgeon general. what does it mean? >> my concern is that the position is an im
fbi documents suggesting it may have been rigged. >>> your "new day" starts right now. >>> good morning. welcome to "new day." it's wednesday, february 26th, 6:00 in the east. the ball my weekend, just a big tease. the eastern two-thirds of the country now in the grips of a dangerous arctic blast. for good measure, there's snow in the forecast all the way to new england. indra petersons, our meteorologist whether tell us -- will tell us what's happening, where, and why. let's begin with ted row lands in frigid chicago. how you holding up? >> reporter: frigid is an understatement, chris. good morning. it's about 15 degrees below zero right now in chicago. much worse in other areas of the midwest. it is just getting to be too much to bear. the latest arctic blast is a harsh reminder that the winter that just won't quit isn't over. >> too long, too cold. >> reporter: cities across the country nearing record levels for snow and low temperatures. minnesota is an track to break its record of 52 days below zero. chicago has been below zero for 23 days this winter and the fifth highest
to be watched by supporters and opponents and the like. >> the fbi saw this about the first ali/listo fight. >> reporter: it was one of the greatest moments in american history. could the fight have been rigged? we'll tell you about new documents fueling that speculation. mine was earned in korea in 1953. afghanistan, in 2009. orbiting the moon in 1971. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection. and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. [ mthat if you wear a partial,w you're almost twice as likely to lose your supporting teeth? try poligrip for partials. poligrip helps minimize stress which may damage supporting teeth by stabilizing your partial. care for your partial. help protect your natural teeth. ♪ 800,000 hours of supercomputing time, 3 million lines of code, 40,000 sets of eyes, or a million sleepless nights. wheth
on anything. one of the scholars who was present there pointed out it's ludicrous the fbi and justice saying we can't share information, it might derail our probe. this witness used to work at the justice department and said that is ludicrous. there is no reason why they can't be continually updating congress. they don't want to share or may not be doing what they are supposed to be doing. >> there is new oefts that the irs is still going after conservative groups when it is vetting tax-exempt status. tell us about that, kim. >> one of the biggest fictions this year is the idea somehow this entire irs targeting thing has been solved and fixed. there was a story i had out about this one group the tea party patriots. they are still being targeted. they had been approached by the irs about taking a special deal. the irs said we'll give you your determination as a 501-c4 if you give up your speech rights. they turned it down and there was another round of harassing questions. the woman who runs tea party patriots suddenly appeared on the witness list to testify in front of congress and the day b
the "button down bandit" by the f-b-i. for the types of shirts he wore during the robberies. the agency was able to connect him with eight bank heists in the east bay. from march of last year through june. page became the w-b-a welterweight champion back in 1998, and seemed on a path to stardom, when he failed to show up for a fight in 2000. he later robbed a bank in atlanta. and spent 11 years in federal prison. >> giants kick off their spring training schedule against the a's this afternoon in scottsdale. in regular season news. madison bumgarner has ben named the giants opening day starter. he takes the torch from matt cain who started the opener last season tim lincecum was the year before. bumgarner was the giants best pitcher last season earning his first all-star appearance he will be the team's number two starter likely followed by tim hudson, lincecum and ryan vogelsong the giants open the season march 31st at the arizona diamondbacks. >> >> when the 49ers new home opens later this year, it is thought at least one in five people heading for a game, concert or other event. will
and they were followed by the fbi. >>> two stars of "the real housewives" pleaded guilty to fraud. remember these would guys? they previously had denied they lied on mortgage applications and hid their fortune from a bankruptcy filing. we will have much more coming up right after these messages. "shepard smith" reporting from kiev. [ male announcer ] away... [ laughing ] ...is the crackle of the campfire. it can be a million years old... cool. ...or a few weeks young. ♪ [ laughs ] away beckons from orion's belt. away...is a place that's closer than you think. find your away. for a dealer and the rv that's right for you, visit gorving.com. >>> live from the capital city of kiev. it is a impact of the crisis here spreads across the region and around the cloeb, officials in turkey say they scrambled eight ethnic fighter jets today after a russian surveillance plane through along the black sea coast. the turks say that is it is flames yesterday that did end up staying international space. turkey's northern coast, along the black sea is about 175 miles from that russian navy base in the crimea
. the washington times had a freedom of information request and they got it. the fbi believed that that fight was fixed and they have all different types of characters from the mob world, a big gambler, ash resnic, all involved in this. bob, you're a big boxing guy. you watch that fight, all eight rounds, as upsetting and shocking as it was, was it fixed? >> look, it may have been fixed. but there was no question he was beaten. ali killed the guy. there was no fix in this thing. if anybody had it fixed, they had a pretty bad bet on their hands because ali was right, he didn't have a mark on his face. liston looked uglier than when he went in the ring. ali was the single greatest fighter in the history of the world, and he knocked the hell out of him. >> you know, he quit on his stool, eric, with a torn shoulder, and x-rays revealed he had a torn muscle. >> anyone who thinks professional boxing isn't fixed or wasn't fixed, maybe not now but then, is foolish. yes, ali was the greatest fightser of his time. then came along mike tyson. clearly, in my opinion, the best fighter to step in a ring. y
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dropped. when the meeting was over i ran back to my office. i called the fbi. they also denied that their agents ever with held information from the cia. >> in a letter to congressman rogers morrell said he would welcome the chance to testify and wants his previous testimony to be declassified. in a letter, he said i hope you agree that a session fully open at the cia and throughout the intelligence community operated proper properly. there was no immediate response. >>> also, senator rand paul is blocking obama's nominee to be surgeon general, saying he is out to get americans' guns. earlier today i spoke with some paul on capitol hill. thank you so much for your time today. i want to talk about your objection to the president's nominee for surgeon general. you have placed a hold which is not extremely rare, but it doesn't happen a lot. what does it mean? >> my concern is that it is a concern for health, do we want a guy who ir is going to be calling for an assault ban weapon for limiting your purchase of ammunition. do we really want that to be part of what the surgeon genera
deal. she doesn't need immunity. the president said there is no corruption, and the fbi leaked to the wall street journal and no one is referred and the person heading the justice department give $6,000 to the president's campaign. so in light of all that, she will not testify. she has the best immunity deal she can have and but still won't answer. and there is something there, i believe, that she doesn't want public. that is why we have to top continue the investigation. >> if she didn't have things she wanted to share, she would share what happened. and i would think she would be able to talk about the program, how they did it, why they wanted to look at the groups because they were too active or might be breaking the law or couldn't receive the tax exempt status. why wouldn't you discuss that unless it goes back to a political agenda? >> right. before she pled the fifth before, she said i have done nothing wrong, broken no laws, or given false information. and then we learned about the joke of the investigation in the dust justice department. the president said there is no
: writes now new information, the fbi joining the search for missing toddler in mississippi. her family says he realized the two-year-old girl was gone saturday afternoon. plaintiff may have asked to call the number you just saw on your screen there. also want the so-called murder trial. accusing the car bombing death of her former husband. today his daughter expected to be back on a stand for cross examination. and a deal break in southeastern california. for inmates escaped the jail after overpowering guards. the state's national guard now helping out in the manhunt. jon: all kind of developments in the ukraine crisis. the new prime minister insisting crimea most remain a part of ukraine. they have plans to discuss the civil war. defusing the growing issues over the takeover of crimea. nato take taking the issue direy with russia. meantime russia test fires a ballistic missile as international team of military observers heads to crimea. joining us with thoughts. fox news military analyst. what a situation. how big of a deal is that? >> john, what is interesting about that is they thou
with the nsa, having a government agency other than than the nsa hold the data, like the f.b.i. or putting in the hands of an entity that doesn't have roles with the government. >> 4 million signups have happened in obamacare since last month. the president hopes to meet an unofficial goal by the end of march. enrollment had gotten off to a pretty slow start in october last year because of several glitches in the one site. some states encountered problems, as well. one state is california, it's marketplace had a potential security flaw in the security system. the error was only revealed recently, more than three months after the site launched. officials say no consumer information was compromised. >> the president and house speaker john boehner say they are looking to find common ground after butting heads over the years, both men sitting down in the oval office for their first one and one meeting since 2012. they say the their meeting was constructive, they discussed immigration reform, the affordable care act, california's drought and flood insurance. analysts say it is unlikely we will
in the current issue of "foreign ," that goes over some of the other failed projects. the fbi wasted hundreds of millions of dollars on their computer systems. the contracting system is broken. caller is right in that the obama administration did delay everything until after the 2012 election, not just software projects, but anything coming out of the federal government was grounded to a halt as they were justifiably worried that the republicans would seize on anything to try to be the president over the head. they slowcal reasons, things down. that does not answer the question as to why after the 2012 election they did not move on a more accelerated basis to try to get this thing going. when it was clear that it needed to be delayed and needed beta testing, they should have delayed it. i heard from someone in the white house that they could have delayed it. i could have allowed the navigators and other parts of health care enrollment to move forward, but delay the websites for a couple of months until it was ready. failure to do that is inexplicable. one part i would disagree with the caller
in the newspaper. was heads of the fbi, cia, counterterrorism. she did not understand why it was in the newspaper but none of those people knew about the threat. the last thing i have to say, i viewed c-span is/\ neutral. but there was a headline on your website referring to michele troll getsretiring goaded." said that kerry russian intervention would be a mistake. he says any declaration from this of menstruation carries a weight of a feather. better than nothing, better still would be backing these words with the flotilla and the black sea. after the united states was leading europe to counter russian pressure and make up for its punishments until the ukraine is on a firm footing. you agree with that assessment? the weight of this administration carries the weight of the feather? caller: yes, i do. mr. putin will do what he wants to do. he will do that. pretty much anything is going to do what they want to do. china, whoever. not much we can do right now. we are so wounded right now with the current president. he much the rest of the government. especially the senate right now. referringclip y
to the world markets. so the economic aspects of this whether it's the new silk road, whether it's the fbi, whether it's promoting afghan businesses is something better think americans will continue to be interested in as part of this future relationship. and, finally, saw but i don't think that needs to be much detail but that's to keep focus on counter extremism but not just counterterrorism, extremism. afghanistan is still an important part of the area as well. so the region, economic issues, counter extremism, the foundations for future relationship in afghanistan and the united states. once again i thank the organizers of this to give me this opportunity and i look forward to the rest of the panel and your comments and questions. >> thank you. clare. >> thank you. and i would like to start also by thanking the organizers for all that they do on afghanistan, the region, and for this timely discussion. i've been asked to focus my remarks on governance and i would like to look back over the last decade, and draw a few lessons. shortly after the tragedy of 9/11, a few miles from here, a f
at a jewelry store wearing goggles and respirators claiming to be fbi agents investigating a meth lab. later they pulled a gun and zip tied the employees. one guard them in the back room while others scooped up the goods and got away. >>> interior department calculated the cost of last year's government shutdown of national parks. that 16-day congressional standoff came to $414 million in lost visitor spending at the parks and surrounding communities. the national parks are economic engines. in 2012 generating $27 billion. supporting 243,000 jobs. >>> roads around the nation's capital are still treacherous this morning after a powerful storm kovrtd area with snow and ice. many schools will be delayed or closed for a second day. federal agencies shut down yesterday are opening two hours late this morning. and d.c. is bracing for another blast of bitter cold air with temperatures dipping into single digits. and that same storm turned into a traffic nightmare for drivers across texas. thousands of them stuck on slick highways. the biggest backup formed south of dallas, a line of cars and trucks
comes out, he comes out. he pays a court. fbi. and when we look at the freedom of information act, the state department, there's so many different intelligence agencies really trying to stop this guy. >> so remind us, about, and you explore this in the book, the it factor that stokely had. mike references a certain -- white folks are scared factor. there was a political it factor that he combined that other people didn't have. >> absolutely. one of the things i argue in the book is he's black power's rock star. and what i mean bhi that is not to diminish or dismiss, but a real, real appeal to stokely carmichael. you could see from the cover, this is an impossibly handsome man, hugely charismatic, and also funny. so he combined so many different aspects that people of the time don't have. and he's the original founder of the black panther party in lawrence county, alabama, starts out as a political party and he becomes honorary prime minister of that party, which has uie newton, bobby seal, so he's onto cover of magazines -- >> and the last 30 years of his life, talk about t. >> he
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